Top MOments 2015 Sports
Dec. 28, 2015
Top MOments 2015 Sports
Serena Williams One Of The Greatest Female Athletes EVER
Serena Williams is one of the greatest to every play the game of tennis. 2015 was the year she continued breaking records and ranked #1 in the world for singles tennis. The Compton native won her sixth Wimbledon this year, now has a record 36 titles, 21 Grand Slams and four Olympic Gold medals? Yeah, no wonder Sports Illustrated named her Sportsman of The...
The Fight Of The Century...Or Nah?
"The Fight Of The Century" finally happened on May 2nd, 2015, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacqiuao. Unfortunately, the fight ended up being a snoozefest, not to mention a controversial win for Floyd Mayweather after rumors of incorrect tallying on the score cards. It only cost us $100. Will there be a rematch? Will people want a rematch? Eh.
Lamar Odom Nearly On His Deathbed After Brothel Stay
Lamar Odom was rushed to a Las Vegas hospital after his body was found unconscious at the Bunny Ranch. It was a mix of alcohol, cocaine and other drugs that caused him to fall into a coma with little hope of survival. Fortunately he eventually wake up from his coma and is now beginning a long road to recovery with Khloe Kardashian by his side.
Aaron Hernandez Found Guilty Of Murder
Former New England Patriot TE Aaron Hernandez was finally given a verdict in his trial for the death of Odin Lloyd. The jury found him guilty for first degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of ammunition. He was given life in prision without the possiblility of parole. Since then, he's penned random letters from prison...
Geno Smith Gets Jaw Broken By NY Jets Teammate
NY Jets' Geno Smith suffered a broken jaw by his teammate IK Enemkpali over a $600 plane ticket to appear at the LB's football camp in Texas. Enemkpali was fired from the team, and Smith took his place as back up QB. The NY Jets are now 1 game away from going into the playoffs with Ryan Fitzpatrick in the starting position....just saying.
NY Yankee Legend Yogi Berra Passes Away At The Age Of 90
NY Yankees legendary catcher Yogi Berra passed away at the age of 90. The Hall of Famer won 10 World Championships, three MVP awards and a 15 time All-Star. Berra wasn't only remembered for his records for but his thought provoking quotes. Such as, "It ain’t over till it’s over," and "It’s like déjà vu all over again," just to name a few. Deep.
Tom Brady At The Center Of "Deflategate"...
Tom Brady made headlines after text messages revealed his alleged involvement in "Deflategate' where footballs were deflated in the Patriots’ 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Initially, the NFL suspended Tom Brady for the first four games of the season without pay. However, Brady fought the suspension and won. Just another cheating scandal added to the...
End Of An Era: Kobe Bryant Announces Retirement
Kobe Bryant announced his retirement from the NBA after the 2015-2016 season. The future Hall Of Famer shared the news via The Player’s Tribune with a heartfelt and poignant goodbye letter to his fans and the game entitled “ Dear Basketball ". There will only be one Kobe Bryant.
Seahawks Lose Superbowl 49 After Controversial Interception
If you were watching Superbowl 49, then you were probably thinking what everyone else was thinking. Why didn't Pete Carroll give the ball to Marshawn Lynch to run in instead of having Russell Wilson throw it? Why? WHY?